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By Kelleigh Nelson
February 16, 2016

"How prone all human institutions have been to decay; how subject the best-formed and most wisely organized governments have been to lose their check and totally dissolve; how difficult it has been for mankind, in all ages and countries, to preserve their dearest rights and best privileges, impelled as it were by an irresistible fate of despotism."James Monroe, speech in the Virginia Ratifying Convention, 1788

Trump has prided himself on self-funding his campaign. And, although super PACs are technically and legally separate from campaigns, he has called on the ones that fundraised in his name to return donations. "I am self-funding my campaign and therefore I will not be controlled by the donors, special interests, and lobbyists who have corrupted our politics and politicians for far too long," he said in October, according to USA Today.

So when I received a TrumPac notice in my email, I was suspicious. So was the cyber friend who sent it to me.

Who is TrumPac?

Major Republican donor William Doddridge, the CEO of the Jewelry Exchange and one of the largest diamond importers in the U.S., said Thursday that he is starting TrumPAC to help Trump consolidate his lead. TrumPAC co-founder and former Tea Party Express chair Amy Kremer told Politico that they had so far raised a six-figure pot of funds and that they were "trying to get everyone on the same page because we're working for the same cause."

Amy Kremer

Kremer speaking at the 2011 Conservative Political Action Conference

Amy Kremer was originally with Tea Party Patriots (TPP), initially organized by FreedomWorks, which was headed by amnesty loving Dick Armey. The two controlling entities of TPP were Mark Meckler and Jenny Beth Martin. Martin still controls TPP, but the infamous Meckler left to become involved in promoting a Constitutional Convention. TPP was infiltrated and neutralized by the neo-cons of the Republican party from the very beginning.

Amy Kremer left TPP and started Tea Party Express. A bus tour was sponsored by pro-amnesty Club for Growth, CFR member and Fox News owner, Rupert Murdoch, and David Koch's Americans For Prosperity (AFP), another very leftist group posing as conservatives. AFP also funds Constitution Convention promoting American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

David Koch is on the board of Trustees of Rockefeller University. He is also on the board of the globalist new age Aspen Institute formerly headed by new age environmentalist Maurice Strong who I wrote about in More Republican Deception. He is also on the board of Earthwatch Institute, an environmental, sustainability, Agenda 21 group. See this map of Koch's many connections. David Koch also supports gay marriage and stem-cell research. Doesn't sound very conservative, does he?!

Kremer's Trump Report Blog

Kremer states the following on the TrumPac website blog,

This is a blog about Donald Trump and specifically about his campaign to be the next President of the United States of America.

Whether he will make good on this ambition remains to be seen but he’s off to an excellent, if a little controversial start.

This blog will consist of reports on Donald Trump and some of his opponents, both Republican and Democrat.

It is not an “official” Trump report.

It is not vetted by or financially supported by Donald Trump.

It is not vetted by or financially supported by his family.

It is not vetted by or financially supported by his election organization or any of his staff.

It reflects my personal take on things, sometimes complimentary and sometimes critical.

Also I should declare that I am not, never have been, nor do I ever want to be for that matter, a member of the Republican or Democratic Parties.

The Trump Report could be a very short blog, if Donald Trump is not selected as the GOP’s presidential candidate.

On the other hand it could be a much longer one, if he is selected, or runs as a third candidate.

If he goes and gets himself elected President then who knows.

If you like what you read please follow The Trump Report, tell you friends and colleagues and lets (sic) try to generate enough traffic to make it all worthwhile.

I was chagrined when I read what she stated..first that "Mr. Trump is off to a controversial start," and secondly, that "the blog will reflect her personal take on things, sometimes complimentary and sometimes critical."

Kremer sounds like the establishment republicans in these statements. Trump has filled a vast void that is now being filled with truth for the first time in many decades. This is why he resonates with the people. Controversial? Yes, I guess the truth has become controversial in America with establishment GOP, DNC and MSM, but not with the grassroots Americans.

I would highly suggest that no one contribute to this PAC. The reason I say that is because Mr. Trump's campaign has closed down other PACs and forced them to return their solicited funds. Donald Trump has no PACS and never has given permission for a PAC in his name. He has made it clear, he funds his own campaign and is beholden to no one.

Anti-Trump Super PAC

I would hope all of you read Jim Kouri's recent article, Super PAC Against Trump: "If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It." If you missed it, it's very short, succinct and to the point. Basically a well-funded super PAC has been set up to run negative ads against the GOP frontrunner, Donald Trump. The "Our Principle Super PAC" is run by Katie Packer, Mitt Romney's deputy campaign manager. She is supported by a number of GOP leftists, including Willard Romney and John McCain. A Republican run Super PAC just for the sole purpose of taking down another Republican.

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Yes, the establishment GOP would rather hand the country over to the corruption of Hillary Clinton or the communism of Bernie Sanders, than win an election with an outsider. One need only watch the numerous GOP debates to see the establishment bias against Trump, if not by the questions and moderators, by stacking the audience with lobbyists for the establishment candidates. My God America! Wake up! This is why we need Mr. Trump as President of the United States!

Surprisingly, someone from Fox actually gets it. Fox host, Eric Bolling, has a message for all the anti-Trump ‘elites’ out there after seeing them endlessly attack and go after Trump.

“Look, establishment, if you truly care about America as I do, Trump’s not your problem. Liberals and socialists are. Why not use that Super PAC money to expose the dark underbelly of liberal politics?”

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Kelleigh Nelson has been researching the Christian right and their connections to the left, the new age, and cults since 1975. Formerly an executive producer for three different national radio talk show hosts, she was adept at finding and scheduling a variety of wonderful guests for her radio hosts. She and her husband live in Knoxville, TN, and she has owned her own wholesale commercial bakery since 1990. Prior to moving to Tennessee, Kelleigh was marketing communications and advertising manager for a fortune 100 company in Ohio. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, she was a Goldwater girl with high school classmate, Hillary Rodham, in Park Ridge, Illinois. Kelleigh is well acquainted with Chicago politics and was working in downtown Chicago during the 1968 Democratic convention riots. Kelleigh is presently the secretary for Rocky Top Freedom Campaign, a strong freedom advocate group.






Trump has prided himself on self-funding his campaign. And, although super PACs are technically and legally separate from campaigns, he has called on the ones that fundraised in his name to return donations.